Press - October
1933 - snippets
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2 October 1933
Photo - 001
KENNEDY - Mr
James, manager of Greymouth Gasworks, since 1888,
CALDENIUS - Dr C.C.
lecturer in geology at Stockholm University will check out the old
lake-bed deposits in the Rakaia Valley.
Photo - 002
OTLEY - Mr H.J.
(president ) presents cup for mixed doubles to
REDPATH - Mrs J.A. and
HOLLAND - Mr
S.G. at opening of Elmwood tennis Club.
Photo - 003
BRUCE - Mr T.H.
LATTER - Rev. F. only
survivors of the original vestry present at Fendalton Parish
Photo - 004
REDGRAVE - Rev.
F.B. Vicar of St Barnabas Church at Jubilee.
Photo - 005
RODGER - Rev. D.D.
Pres. minister formerly of Waikari and Papanui, has died
McKELLAR - Mr
Arnaud, presided at the annual meeting of NZ farmers' Co-op
Assoc. of Canterbury.
Photo - 006
WATSON - Commodore F.
Burges D.S.O. ----- been promoted to rear
DAWSON - Mr
F.W. assistant general manager will succeed Sir Henry
Buckleton as general manager of BNZ.
Tuesday 3 October 1933
Photo - 008
FRAMPTON - G.J.
an English sculptor photo of 2 figures he did that are
on the Worcester street facade of the Chamber of Commerce
which was erected in 1888.
Photo - 009
McCOMBS - Mrs
E.R. M.P. speaking at the turning of the 1st sod for
returned soldiers cottage settlement at Sandilands.
Photo - 010
Lord, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of NZ from 1897 to
1904 who died recently in England.
HOLLAND - Mr S.G. will
deliver the presidential address at annual meeting of Canterbury
NOBLE - Mr C.A.
M.A., B.Sc. of Whangarei High School now joining staff
of Christchurch West District High School.
Wednesday 4 October 1933
Photo - 011
HOBDAY - Colonel
H.S.E. of Christchurch death occurred yesterday. took a
prominent part in development of Mt Pleasant and Scarborough.
KIRK - Mr J.H.
re-elected president at annual meeting Canterbury Lawn Tennis Assoc.
BROOKE - Commander
B.C.B. arrived in Auckland last week assist
Commander Berthon at Devonport Naval Base.
Photo - 012
TWYNEHAM - Mr
Roy, president of Canterbury Law Society presenting Hunter Cup
E.J. tied at the annual golf match at Shirley.
10 October 1933
Photo - 014
FRANCIS - Mr
Norton, of Rossall st, photo shows his house covered in
Photo - 015
Riccarton School Diamond Jubilee photo taken at sports
held at Riccarton Racecourse. --- no names.
Photo - 016
TAYLOR - Rev. T.
Fielden, retired from Wellington Central Mission.
LANE - Mr
F.O.B. of College House, left yesterday for Chatham Islands
where he will act as a lay preacher.
14 October 1933
Photo - 017
PRESTNEY - D.F.
WOOD - J.
(Junior) Champions at Christchurch Technical
College Annual Sports.
Photo - 019
Boys' High School champions -
C.F. winners of senior and junior championships.
Funeral Notices - 020
Thomas, will leave his res. Addington
for ----- Sydenham Cemetery.
Jessie, will leave her res. ferry rd --- for
the Bromley Cemetery.
Photo - 021
Christchurch Technical College Sports
HOARE - Joyce,
Photo - 022
JULIUS - Archbishop of
Christchurch from 1890 to 1925 celebrate his
86th birthday tomorrow.
SYKES - Mr
Davis, rep of the Spreydon-Addington sub-district since
1906 retiring from Tramway Board.
Photo - 023
E.D. established new records for 220, 440, 880
yards junior events at Boys' High School sports.
Photo - 024
WAUCHOP - Mr
H.H. of Christchurch elected chairman Lancaster Park
Board, succeeds Mr W.H.Winsor.
VEALIE - Rev. Thomas
B. in charge of Cambridge Methodist Church will
retire next April.
Photo - 025
YOUNG - J.H.
(Titirangi) aged 17 playing from the top bunker at NZ
20 October 1933
Photo - 026
BLANK - L.
ORMEROD - J
(junior) champs at Rangi-Ruru sports.
Photo - 027
Ellesmere A & P. show.
JOHNSTON - Mr
W. (president) with
LAWRENCE - Mr
W.D. (1st secretary in 1871) and
MONTGOMERY - Mrs
WARD-SMITH - Miss
Photo - 028
WILKINSON - Mr A.
Owen, elected president of North Canterbury branch Otago High
School Old Boys' Assoc.
GODLEY - General Sir
Alexander, commander of NZ Expeditionary Force --- has
retired from the Army.
MILLER - Mr L.J.
Chief of Staff, left last night to take up position on
literary staff "Argus" Melbourne.
23 October 1933
Photo - 029
GRAHAM - Mr
N.H. succeeds Mr E.J.G. Stringer as Senior Inspector of
Scaffolding for NZ.
BLANK - A.R.
4 and 3 in final of championship Christchurch Golf
BUCHANAN - Mr
E. elected president of Ashburton Chamber of Commerce.
90th Birthday - 030
BELCHER - Mrs
R. born Manchester, arr. Lyttelton Sept. 1851 in Lady Nugent,
---- arrived with parents as small girl, lots more -----
Wednesday 25 October 1933
Photo - 031
members of Canterbury delegation to conference held Wanganui
BURGESS - Mr
A.S. (president of associated Chambers)
WRIGHT - Mr A.F.
(president of Canterbury Chamber)
MACHIN - Mr W.
TURNER - Mr H.S.E.
BURNS - Mr M.J.
HAMILTON - Mr V.E.
MacGIBBON - Mr John
SMITH - Mr
J.Roy, (secretary of Canterbury Chamber)
Photo - 032
Lyttelton Golf Club 21st anniversary.
BROWN - Mr C.E.
BRADLEY - Mr
R. Orton (president)
BRADLEY - Miss A. (women's
BROWN - Mrs C.E.
HENDERSON - Mrs M.
Photo - 033
PURDIE - Mr
R. visiting Christchurch giving Shakespearean
recitals in schools.
Photo - 034
SMITH - Mr J.T.
ROBINSON - Mr
Y.H. (Peel Forest junior) Mid - Canterbury golf
Saturday 28 October 1933
Photo - 035 Amberley A & P show.
MARCH - Miss
Ailsa, taking a jump on horse "Johnnie
Obituaries - 036
De CASTRO - William
Waring, aged 72, former Registrar of
Lands at Blenheim, Nelson, Invercargill -----
BLIGHT - Rev.
Joseph. at Whangarei,, on 24 October
entered Methodist Ministry in 1887 son Rev. W.T.
Funeral Notices - 037
HAMILTON - Mrs
Harriett Marie --- for the Linwood Cemetery.
OPIE - Mr Frank
Bartrum, --- for the Linwood Cemetery.
MUIR - Hugh
--- for the Waterton Cemetery
Joseph, ----- for the Linwood Cemetery
Obituary - 038
HEMUS - Mr Lancelot
Gerald age 49 former NZ rep. cricketer, ----- survived
by widow, 1 son and 3 daughters.
Auckland - Obituary - 039
KAHO - Mr Richard
Toluafe Kaho, aged 22, son of one of highest chiefs in
Tonga. 4th son ----- came to Auckland in 1927
ROBERTS - Rev.
W.H. vicar of Holy Trinity, Port Chalmers, died
this week, aged 58. born in England,
1 daughter is married in London, one in
America and youngest still at school. ------
Photo - 040
RUTHERFORD - Miss I.
riding at Amberley Show. also
KNIGHT - Mr
Photo - 041
SPEDDING - R.
(senior girl champion)
BRADLEY - C. (senior
boy champion) Ashburton Techincal School Sports.
Photo - 042
MUNRO - E.
(senior champion) and
BARRY - R.
(junior champion) Avonside Girls' High school sports.
Photo - 043
STEVEN - Mr L.G.K. of
Christchurch elected president of NZ Grain, Seed and Produce
MITCHELL - Me A.C. of
Wellington, re-elected president of NZ Employers Federation.
30 October 1933
Photo - 044
Rally of all cubs held in Hagley Park as a rehearsal for the
November rally. - no names.
Photo - 045
de BERRY - Mr
L.F. of West Christchurch District High School, elected
president of Christchurch Headmasters' Assoc.
Photo - 046
GORDON - Mr Thomas,
of Christchurch, immediate past chief of Scottish Society, has
Photo - 047
Rangiora District High School Diamond Jubilee -
LIST - Mr T.C. of New
ROWSE - Mr and Mrs
W.A. (Mayor and Mayoress) Mrs Rouse was a pupil and
later teacher at the school.
Write - Up Rangiora Borough School - 048, 048a, 048b, 048c
TYLER - Mr C.W.
chairman of jubilee committee
STEPHENS - Mr
J.T.O. headmaster called roll
JONES - Mrs H.
an early pupil and teacher ---
SMITH - Mr
Charles, chairman of Rangiora Borough School committee
JENNINGS - Mr
C.I. author of jubilee book
LIST - Mr T.C.
Governor of Rotary -- a pupil ---
THOMPSON - Mr Frank
BOYCE - Mr
C.G.M. headmaster from 1922 -24
McKEOWN - Mr
GARLAND - Mr
HUNNIBELL - Mr
F.W. one of 1st pupils and
WILSON - Mr Harry
CONE - Mr F.L
STRACHAN - Mr J.E.
principal of the High School
BANKS - Mr W.A.
21 June 2012
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